Archive for May 13th, 2016

Skylab 3

Skylab 3 releases cinematic video for flowing single “A View From Above”

Skylab 3, the alias of British producer Ben Frascina, has quietly been making waves for some time now. Earlier this week he released the video for “A View From Above,” the lead single from his upcoming debut album of the same name. You can watch the video below. The track itself is an orchestral, moody […]

ariana grande

Ariana Grande enlists Future on new track “Everyday”

The track listing of Ariana Grande‘s Dangerous Woman doesn’t have many guest features on it, but yesterday Grande premiered one of the few songs that does feature a guest. “Everyday” debuted on Beats 1 and finds Grande and Future exchanging innuendo-laden promises to each other over a decidedly electronic beat. You can listen to the […]

That Part Schoolboy Q

Schoolboy Q teams up with Kanye West on “THat Part”

Schoolboy Q has had a busy Spring. The Top Dawg Entertainment rapper appeared on A$AP Ferg’s excellent Always Strive And Prosper, dropped the menacing single and video “Groovy Tony,” and just yesterday dropped yet another single, “THat Part,” with Kanye West. “THat Part” finds Q and Kanye rapping over a slow, eerie beat. Kanye’s verse […]

SecretSpace

Some refreshing alternative: Secret Space’s “I’ve Come Around”

Equal Vision Records has always housed some of the indie world’s most unique up-and-coming artists. Ten years ago, they were bringing us albums such as Chiodos’ All’s Well That Ends Well, Coheed’s Good Apollo I, Circa Survive’s Juturna and The Fall of Troy’s Doppelganger. Those are all bands that went on to become serious contenders […]

IFFBoston 2016: ‘Little Men,’ ‘Don’t Think Twice,’ and ‘The Intervention’

Film: Little Men Directed by: Ira Sachs Starring: Theo Taplitz, Jennifer Ehle, Greg Kinnear Director/writer Ira Sachs is the kind of artist that cuts through convention to get to the everyday issues that keep us up at night. In a way, his films can be construed as psychologically horrifying. He has a deep understanding of […]

REVIEW: Nothing undress what it means to be “shoegaze” on new LP, ‘Tired Of Tomorrow’

Artist: Nothing Album: Tired Of Tomorrow Genre: Alternative, Rock Though it’s only been two years in between albums for Philly-based alt-rockers Nothing, it feels as if the band has aged much more than that. Striking headlines over the past few months, the band’s tired motifs have not only personified their music, but almost every outlook […]